Skip to main content

Internet Talk Radio

Internet Multicasting Service

The Internet Multicasting Service was the Internet's first radio station. With headquarters in the National Press Building and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit station operated from 1993-1995.

Known as Internet Talk Radio (“The Flame of the Internet!”), Internet Multicasting provided live streams from the floor of the House and Senate, streamed National Press Club Luncheons, was a member of the Public Radio Satellite System, created original programming, and broadcast numerous live events.

PART OF
Radio Programs
More right-solid
More right-solid
More right-solid
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 12,692
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Lorraine Hansberry, "A Raisin in the Sun" On this segment of HarperAudio!, In her writing, Lorraine Hansberry drew heavily on her own experiences growing up on the south side of Chicago. In 1959 Hansberry’s first play, "A Raisin in the Sun," won the Best Play...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 7,574
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Arthur Miller, "The Crucible" On this segment of HarperAudio!, The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center performs Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible." The reading begins when Reverend Paris’ daughter is stricken by a mysterious illness after being found dancing in the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 7,500
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Frank, "Diary of a Young Girl" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Claire Bloom reads from Anne Frank’s classic "Diary of a Young Girl," a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary she kept while in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 7,474
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: The Technology of Teotihuacan Dr. Moira Gunn interviews Dr. George Cowgill, a Teotihuacan anthropologist at Arizona State University and at the Center for the Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. Dr. Cowgill discusses Teotihuacan, the oldest city in North America. Located near Mexico City, Teotihuacan existed from 100 A.D. to 750 A.D., maintained a population of 100,000 to 200,000 people, and at that time ranked...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 5,922
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: William Faulkner, "As I Lay Dying" On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner, reads from his novel "As I Lay Dying," which was published in 1930. The novel tells the story of a mother’s death and her family’s travails in carrying her to Jefferson,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 4,305
favorite 5
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Frank Herbert, "Dune" On this segment of HarperAudio!, science fiction writer Frank Herbert reading excerpts from his "Dune" series. These influential books are set on an imaginary world with a desert climate and a feudal society. Herbert had a career as a...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 1,947
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anthony Burgess, "A Clockwork Orange" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Anthony Burgess reads from his cult classic, "A Clockwork Orange." This novel consists of a series of episodes in the life of Alex, a young tough who lives in a nightmare future of violence and...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 1,846
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Shirley Jackson, "The Lottery" (Part 1) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actress Maureen Stapleton reads Shirley Jackson’s timeless short story, "The Lottery." The story takes place in a small town not unlike that inhabited by Jackson herself, who taught at...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 1,763
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Sir Edmund Hillary Moira Gunn speaks with Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person to reach the summit of the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest. Sir Edmund has gone on to create the Sir Edmund Hillary Himalayan Trust, which has provided funds and expertise to support the reforestation of the region, the building of schools and medical facilities, and such technologies as solar power in an attempt to maintain the traditional...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 1,755
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Dr. Glenn Seaborg, Scientist Dr. Moira Gunn interviews Dr. Glenn Seaborg, a Nobel Laureate and Former Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission under Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. Currently a Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley and Chairman of the Lawrence Hall of Science, Dr. Seaborg reminisces about his years with the Berkeley "Rad Lab Gang," discovering Plutonium, and his...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 1,700
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Charlton Heston reads "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," a short story by Ernest Hemingway originally published in 1938. The story takes place in Africa, which Hemingway knew and enjoyed...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by John Gage/Sunergy
movies
eye 1,626
favorite 2
comment 1
Sunergy 7 Cyberjockying in the 21st Century September 8, 1993 ME902-0-0/NTSC Sunergy 7 takes a look at Information Highways, particularly the Internet. Discussions involve information suppliers, information retrievers, security/encryption and government policy. Guests: John Gage (Host), Sun Microsystems Computer Company Carl Malamud, President, Internet Multicasting Service Brewster Kahle, President, WAIS, Inc. Whitefield Diffie, Distinguished Engineer, SMCC Larry Irving, Assistant Secretary of...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 864
favorite 3
comment 2
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Kurt Vonnegut, "Slaughterhouse-Five" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Kurt Vonnegut reads from his novel "Slaughterhouse-Five," subtitled "The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death." This classic satire follows the journey of chaplain’s...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 811
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Edgar Allen Poe, "The Purloined Letter" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Anthony Quayle reads Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Purloined Letter." This short story, written in 1845, features the brainy amateur detective C. Auguste Dupin. Dupin is called in by G., a...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 767
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: "The Wasteland," Read by T.S. Eliot Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, T.S. Eliot reads his classic poem "The Waste Land." Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and educated at Harvard, Eliot lived most of his life in England. In 1948 he was awarded the Nobel Prize. The poem has...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
movies
eye 765
favorite 0
comment 0
Found footage of people involved in the Internet 1996 World Exposition talking about what they're doing. We're uncertain about the date.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 759
favorite 4
comment 1
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Graves, "The White Goddess" On this segment of HarperAudio!, English poet and novelist Robert Graves reads an excerpt from "The White Goddess," a study of anthropology and mythology. Graves describes how poetry is rooted in the eternal battle between age and...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 752
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Frost, "The Road Not Taken" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, American poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) reads "The Road Not Taken," "The Pasture," "Mowing," "Birches," "After Apple-Picking," and "The Tuft of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 665
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Jim Lovell, Apollo 13 Before a live audience at the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose California, Moira interviews JIM LOVELL, Commander of Lunar Mission APOLLO 13. They recall the explosion that happened on that frightening journey, the technical reasons behind it and the lessons learned. They also talk about aspects of his earlier space flights, including the dramatic reading of Genesis while rounding the moon on Apollo 10, and his...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Unknown
movies
eye 629
favorite 0
comment 1
INTEROP was a well-known trade show in the early 1990's. Amazingly enough, the show network was put together by volunteers. This found footage shows a tour of the NOC and the show floor by NOC Team members. The location is the Las Vegas convention center and the date is 5/16/94.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 621
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Wiliam Faulkner, Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner reads his speech accepting the Nobel Prize in Literature, which he was awarded in 1949. At the time this speech was given, the world had just emerged from the chaos of the Second World...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 604
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "A Toast to Harlem" On this segment of HarperAudio!, "A Toast to Harlem," one of the "Simple" stories by Langston Hughes, read by actor Ossie Davis. Originally written as a newspaper column, this story revels in the Harlem of the 1940s,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 597
favorite 6
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (help@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe Channel: Internet Town Hall Org: Internet Multicasting Service On this segment of HarperAudio!, British actor Basil Rathbone offers an intense reading of American writer Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Raven." In this recording, Rathbone renders Poe’s anguished, darkly romantic classic using the full...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 559
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Jane Austen, "Pride and Prejudice" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Claire Bloom reads from Jane Austen’s "Pride and Prejudice," the classic story of Elizabeth Bennett and her attempts to deals with issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 551
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Tim O’Reilly Tim O’Reilly has an unusual background for a publishing magnate. Working as a Unix consultant, O’Reilly & Associates developed a special relationship with the arcane UUCP protocols, expertise that led to a set of two pamphlets describing how to manage, set up, and use UUCP and Usenet. The original two Nutshell Guides grew into a fairly extensive set of documentation covering the X Window System,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Ole Jacobsen and Carl Malamud
movies
eye 543
favorite 1
comment 0
This was a "movie" put together in the Fall of 1992 to explain the Interop trade show to people. This was just as the show was beginning to expand into Europe, and this video contains both French and English. Interop Fall was in San Francisco, CA -- Oct 26-30, 1992.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 521
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: John Updike, "Couples" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Author John Updike reads from his book "Couples." In these sections, Piet attempts to manage two relationships -- one with his wife and the other with his pregnant mistress. Both excerpts demonstrate...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 494
favorite 6
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 1 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] HarperAudio! presents: author J.R.R. Tolkien reading excerpts from his mythical saga "The Lord of the Rings." In this segment, we hear Tolkien as he tells the story of Treebeard and intones the mysterious Entish...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 492
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: William Faulkner, "The Old Man" On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner reads from his story "The Old Man." This excerpt includes a dizzying range of plot elements, including a fleeing convict who is guiding a boat over the flooding Mississippi; on board...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 473
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Charles Dickens, "A Tale of Two Cities" On this segment of HarperAudio!, James Mason reads Charles Dickens’ "A Tale of Two Cities." The two cities are London and Paris just before the French Revolution. Dickens used the traditional Victorian novel as a medium for...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 461
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "Feet Live Their Own Life" On this segment of HarperAudio!, "Feet Live Their Own Life" by Langston Hughes is read by Ossie Davis. In this "Simple" story, the character of Jesse B. Semple discusses the subject of feet -- how you can tell a...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 422
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: James Thurber, Part 1 Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Peter Ustinov reads the fables of humorist James Thurber. James Thurber contributed cartoons, stories, and humorous sketches to the New Yorker from 1927 until his death in 1961. In...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 407
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Will Rogers, Part 1 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Humorist Will Rogers in a live radio broadcast taped in the early 1930s. Rogers began as a comedian with the Ziegfield Follies in 1915, in an act where he swung a lasso and commented on society and...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Carl Malamud
movies
eye 383
favorite 1
comment 0
A speech given by Carl Malamud September 28, 1995 in Las Vegas at Networld+Interop, an industry trade show. The talk was the announcement for the Internet 1996 World's Fair, a so-called "world's fair for the information age," and includes cameo appearances by the Honorable Edward Markey, Vint Cerf, Gaylord Nelson, and William Randolph Hearst III. The fair is still spinning at park.org so you can judge the initial hype against the web pages. There is also a book.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 381
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Carl Sagan and SETI Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Carl Sagan, Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University and host of the award-winning PBS series "Cosmos." Dr. Sagan discusses his interest in finding habitable planets that can support life, and reviews the characteristics of habitable planets, the locations of suspected candidate planets, and the problems with all the current theories. Dr. Gunn also speaks with Dr. Frank Drake,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 367
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Dylan Thomas, Poems Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present the poetry of Dylan Thomas, read by the author. Thomas often wrote for the sound of words as much as for their meaning, and hearing his rich voice and dramatic style lends a new sense to his...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 364
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Bram Stoker, "Dracula" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor David McCallum reads excerpts from writer Bram Stoker’s horror novel "Dracula." The novel, which was published in 1897, is constructed as a series of journal entries,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 364
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Sexton, Poems [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Anne Sexton reads her own poetry -- "Her Kind," "The Ambition Bird," "Ringing the Bells," "Music Swims Back to...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 344
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, "In Harry’s Bar" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway describes the plot of a novel set "In Harry’s Bar in Venice." Taped with a transistorized pocket recorder sometime in the late 1950s, this speech...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 311
favorite 4
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Subject: HarperAudio! Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "Last Whipping" On this segment of HarperAudio!, "Last Whipping" by Langston Hughes is read by actor Ossie Davis. This is one of the "Simple" stories, originally written as a...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
movies
eye 308
favorite 1
comment 0
Closing ceremony for the Internet 1996 World's Exposition in which a CD-ROM is blessed. The posting date is a
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
movies
eye 308
favorite 1
comment 0
A promo for the Internet 1996 World Exposition. Featured on this tape are Vint Cerf, William Randolph Hearst III, Gaylord Nelson, and the Honorable Edward Markey. The publication date is approximate.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
movies
eye 297
favorite 0
comment 0
Sunergy 12 Information Highway Access: With Liberty and Justice for All? January 24, 1995 ME1066-0/NTSC As the Internet grows to become the Global Information Infrastructure, will access for diverse constituencies be assured or will we create competing classes of information "haves" and "have nots"? Is ubiquitous access a policy matter or can it be designed into the technology? The biggest problem in designing access is that nobody knows what the essence of the infobahn will...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 291
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 3 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, HarperAudio! presents the magical mytyical world of J.R.R. Tolkien. Listen as the author recounts the stirring battle seens between the forces of good and evil at Pelennor Fields....
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 289
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: William Faulkner, "A Fable" On this segment of HarperAudio!, William Faulkner reads an excerpt from his novel "A Fable." Faulkner was the scion of an old Mississippi family, and drew from his personal and family history for his work. In this book, however, Faulkner...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 277
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Emily Brontë, "Wuthering Heights" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Emily Brontë’s "Wuthering Heights" was considered controversial because its depiction of mental and physical cruelty was unusually stark, and it challenged strict Victorian ideals of the day,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 276
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Part 1 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Sir John Gielgud reads the sonnets of William Shakespeare. These sonnets were probably composed between 1593 and 1601, but were not published until 1609. Some of the poems are...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 274
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Program: HarperAudio! Content: Langston Hughes, "Simple on Indian Blood" On this segment of HarperAudio!, Actor Ossie Davis reads "Simple on Indian Blood," one of the "Simple" stories of Langston Hughes. Famous today for his poetry, Hughes also wrote protest columns. Jesse B. Semple, Hughes’s quintessential...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 260
favorite 4
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, On this segment of HarperAudio!, we hear Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) giving his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize for Literature, recorded by a Havana, Cuba radio station in 1954. It is followed by a...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 248
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Frost, Poems (Part 1) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, American poet Robert Frost reads "Mending Wall," "One More Brevity," "Departmental," "A Considerable Speck," and "Why Wait for Science." The poems are not...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Becknell and Lucas
audio
eye 244
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service The Ballad of Ned Ludd A Techno-Folk Opera The Ballad of Ned Ludd. January 13, 1812, Johnson arrives in Nottingham, and seeks refreshment in a local pub. It is now January, 1812. Johnson, having ridden the coach from London to Nottingham finds a pleasant public house, and orders a pint, along with his meal of bread and cheese. The room is full of tradesmen; mainly weavers, combers, and croppers. They look healthy, but its hard to miss the tension when this stranger...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Ballad of Ned Ludd
Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 238
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Lorraine Hansberry, "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black" On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present excerpts from Lorraine Hansberry’s play "To Be Young, Gifted and Black." In her writing, Hansberry drew heavily on her own experiences growing up on the south side of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 235
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: John Updike, "The Persistence of Desire" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Author and poet John Updike reads excerpts from his short story "The Persistence of Desire." Updike’s characters tend to be superficially ordinary suburbanites with complex interior lives. By...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 234
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 4 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, J.R.R. Tolkien reads the stirring finale of the Lord of the Rings. Tolkein tells of about his mythical world as he describes the final assult on Mount Doom. HarperCollins is the copyright...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 233
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Phil Karn Carl Malamud interviews Phil Karn, the father of the KA9Q publicly available implementation of TCP/IP for DOS, and a well known Internet researcher in areas ranging from security to his current work on wireless data communications. Geek of the Week is brought to you by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service including O’Reilly & Associates and Sun Microsystems. [Photograph from 1997 ARRL and TAPR...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 228
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: J.R.R. Tolkien, Part 2 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present British fantasy writer J.R.R. Tolkien reading from his trilogy "The Lord of the Rings." In this selection, Sam, Frodo, and Gollum continue their trek towards Mt. Doom,...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 228
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Dylan Thomas, Poems (Part 3) [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present the work of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, read by the author. Through his radio work and public readings, Thomas enjoyed wide public appeal before his untimely death in 1953. This...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 216
favorite 2
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Dylan Thomas, Poems (Part 2) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present the poetry of Dylan Thomas, read by the author. The New York Times called Thomas "both a maker and speaker of poetry," and this reading demonstrates the poet’s unique...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 212
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Virus/Anti-Virus Dr. Moira Gunn interviews Urnst Kouch, publisher of the "Crypt Newletter," an electronic newsletter for computer virus writers, anti-virus writers, and the computer security industry. The discussion describes computer viruses, how to gain access to underground networks in order to collect libraries of virus code, how to place your virus, and, from a virus writer’s standpoint, how susceptible a user is to...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 211
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" On this segment of HarperAudio!, We present excerpts from William Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" starring Sir Ralph Richardson and Anthony Quayle and directed by Howard Sackler. In Part 1, Caesar has been warned by a soothsayer to...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 210
favorite 3
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Graves, Poems (Part 1) [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Robert Graves reads his poems "The Hills of May," "Angry Samson," "In Procession," "Warning to Children," "The Cool Web," "Song of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 209
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Wallace Stevens, Poems (Part 1) Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Wallace Stevens reading his own poetry. Stevens was born in 1879, and these recordings were made shortly before his death in 1955. Although he published poetry as early as 1914, Stevens did not receive...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 202
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Robert Frost, "The Death of the Hired Man" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, American poet Robert Frost reads "West-Running Brook" and "The Death of the Hired Man." These poems, really miniature plays, use a rural New England milieu to express deeper emotional...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 198
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Part 2 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, The sonnets of William Shakespeare, read by Oscar and Tony award-winning actor Sir John Gielgud. Rich in metaphor and sensually emotive, these sonnets address themselves to the...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by TechNation
audio
eye 190
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: TechNation Program: Buzz Aldrin, Man of Space This week, Dr. Moira Gunn talks to Buzz Aldrin, second man on the moon and first astronaut in cyberspace. It has been nearly a quarter of a century since Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. He spent a mere 2 hours and 15 minutes walking on the moon and, after that, could have retired. But, in the almost 25 years since that day, Buzz Aldrin has remained personally and professionally committed to America’s space...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, TechNation
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Multicasting Service
audio
eye 185
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" From: "Internet Multicasting Service" Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Subject: Usenix Keynote Address Content: John Perry Barlow The Internet Multicasting Service is pleased to present a rebroadcast of the Usenix Keynote Address by John Perry Barlow. The speech was originally given on January 17, 1994 and this rebroadcast is made possible courtesy of Usenix.
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Specials
Internet Talk Radio
by National Press Club
audio
eye 178
favorite 0
comment 0
Multicasting Service National Press Club Luncheons Press Club: Jerry Lewis "I wanted this platform at the National Press Club," Jerry Lewis told the April 17, 1995 luncheon audience, "because I wanted to say to the press that I need you as much as you need me. The angry man isn’t there anymore." Referring to his legendary displeasure with the news media, the youthful comedian --- 69 years old and a svelte 166 pounds --- said it was only "two to six percent" who...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, National Press Club
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 176
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Part 3 Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, British actor Sir John Gielgud reads the sonnets of William Shakespeare. Although best known for his plays, Shakespeare also composed several volumes of poetry, including 154...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 176
favorite 2
comment 1
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Coretta Scott King, "My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr." Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall HarperAudio! presents: readings from "My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr." by Coretta Scott King. Mrs. King describes the police abuse of non-violent protesters in Birmingham, Alabama, and the enactment how...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 168
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Part 4 [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, The sonnets of William Shakespeare are read by British actor Sir John Gielgud. The sonnet form enjoyed great popularity in England in the late 16th century, and Shakespeare in...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 167
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: Ernest Hemingway, A Work In Progress Org: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall On this segment of HarperAudio!, Author Ernest Hemingway reads a gripping segment from an untitled "work in progress." Hemingway, who started his career as a newspaperman and foreign correspondent, often set his stories in exotic locations....
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 163
favorite 1
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (rtfm@radio.com) Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall Program: HarperAudio! Content: Anne Sexton, Poems, Part 2 [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, "With Mercy for the Greedy," "The Starry Night," "Letter Written on a Ferry While Crossing Long Island Sound," and "Self in 1958," read by...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio
Internet Talk Radio
by Soundprint
audio
eye 161
favorite 1
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Series: Soundprint Program: Serial Killers Soundprint follows Dr. Helen Morrison as she investigates the murky world of serial killers on "Falling in Death: Helen Morrison’s Two Decades with Serial Killers." Dr. Morrison describes the unique psychology of the many serial killers she has interviewed and how she feels they differ from ordinary human beings. The rebroadcast of SOUNDPRINT is made possible by the Internet Multicasting Service and our...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Soundprint
Internet Talk Radio
by Internet Talk Radio
audio
eye 160
favorite 0
comment 0
Internet Multicasting Service Internet Talk Radio Geek of the Week GOTW: Brewster Kahle [Photograph used in the soundplayer frame is of Brewster's appearance on "Sunergy" on September 8, 1993." ] Carl Malamud interviews Brewster Kahle, the father of WAIS and the founder and president of WAIS, Inc. Brewster was a member of the AI Lab at MIT and went on to be one of the original researchers at Thinking Machines. In this interview, he discusses his vision of personal publishing, of...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Geek of the Week
Internet Talk Radio
by Harper Audio
audio
eye 157
favorite 0
comment 0
To: "Announcements" (announce@radio.com) From: "Internet Multicasting Service" (carl@radio.com) Subject: HarperAudio! Content: James Thurber, Part 2 Station: Internet Multicasting Service Channel: Internet Town Hall [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] On this segment of HarperAudio!, Academy Award-winning actor Peter Ustinov reads the "Fables For Our Time" of James Thurber. Thurber, an original American humorist, follows the pattern of the Greek fabulist...
Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Harper Audio